Kokopelli Dreams Cross Stitch Pattern
Stitch Size: 200w x 143h
Number of Colors: 15 DMC
Of course... the ancient Greeks were not the only peoples to understand and honor the spirit of the "trickster." In the United States all of the many Native American tribes have their own unique versions of this trickster spirit. One of these tricksters has become quite popularized in recent years. His name is Kokopelli, the hunchbacked flute player. Another of his other nicknames is the "Casanova of the Cliff Dwellers."
Kokopelli's hump was said to be full of seeds. These were seeds he scattered on all his journeys, and to be laid to rest in the earth.
Kokopelli's flute music soothed the good earth, and made it ready to receive his seed... And BTW - the flute which Kokopelli played was a nose flute.
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